Going to see Elmo at the Performing Arts Center
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This is what most every preschooler in America loves – ELMO! And my boys are no different. I grew up on Sesame Street so I have found memories of these educational lovable characters. Now that I have kids I’m thrilled to know that they are learning from the same characters that I loved as a child. When I was offered the chance to take my boys to the Sesame Street Live Elmo’s Super Heroes performance I did a little happy dance! I am not only a big supporter of Sesame Street but I am a big supporter of the fine arts – and that includes theatrical.
It was fun even as an adult to watch Elmo’s Super Heroes. Quite nostalgic! The performance was great, the entire audience seemed to enjoy it and several times throughout the performance kids and their parents were up on their feet dancing around.
As you would expect with Sesame Street there was counting, sharing, and teamwork! I remember as a child having the opportunity to going to a theatrical performance on occasion and LOVED it. I highly recommend, even if you are on a tight budget, to save up and attend one children’s performance a year. The tickets were VERY reasonable considering the high quality of the performance and all of our favorite Sesame Street characters were there – they were $12 each.
We had a fantastic time!
You can click on the image below to find out if there is a Sesame Street performance coming to your area!
“Super Grover has lost his super-ness and Sesame Street needs a hero! Never fear, the fabulous five Super Heroes are here — featuring Elmo as Captain Fuzzy! Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their friends are on a quest to put the “super” back in Super Grover. Singing and dancing their way through fun lessons on healthy habits, they discover how exercise, rest, nutritious food and good hygiene can save Super Grover — and turn your children into Super Heroes, too! You’ll be feeling good when Elmo’s Super Heroes comes to town!”
Disclosure: My family was offered tickets to this performance. All opinions are my own.